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Shamubeel Eaqub

Gareth Vaughan on tackling the US debt ceiling with a platinum coin, Shamubeel's path from pandemic to endemic, Crypto Daddy & more
28th Sep 21, 10:08am
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Gareth Vaughan on tackling the US debt ceiling with a platinum coin, Shamubeel's path from pandemic to endemic, Crypto Daddy & more
Gareth Vaughan on open sourcing Covid vaccine technology; Will the kids be alright?; What drives bond yields?; DoJ spotlight on Tether & diversifying the Dismal Science
29th Jul 21, 9:56am
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Gareth Vaughan on open sourcing Covid vaccine technology; Will the kids be alright?; What drives bond yields?; DoJ spotlight on Tether & diversifying the Dismal Science
A closer look at the calls for the Government to provide regulatory and financial support to grow the build-to-rent sector
25th Jul 21, 6:01am
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A closer look at the calls for the Government to provide regulatory and financial support to grow the build-to-rent sector
Finance Minister and RBNZ unwilling at this stage to link up directly to fund the fallout from COVID-19
31st Mar 20, 5:38pm
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Finance Minister and RBNZ unwilling at this stage to link up directly to fund the fallout from COVID-19
Stephen Forbes takes a look at what the Government has achieved and where it's heading after 18 months in office
9th May 19, 10:29am
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Stephen Forbes takes a look at what the Government has achieved and where it's heading after 18 months in office
As the economy shifts down a gear, the Finance Minister has been talking up the ‘fiscal stimulus’ the Government has at its disposal, but what is ‘fiscal stimulus’ and how will it help the economy?
8th Aug 18, 1:48pm
by Jason Walls
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As the economy shifts down a gear, the Finance Minister has been talking up the ‘fiscal stimulus’ the Government has at its disposal, but what is ‘fiscal stimulus’ and how will it help the economy?
One of the world’s biggest credit rating agencies says as Government debt is already so low, increasing it by a few percentage points would be unlikely to impact NZ's overall credit rating
12th Apr 18, 7:41am
by Jason Walls
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One of the world’s biggest credit rating agencies says as Government debt is already so low, increasing it by a few percentage points would be unlikely to impact NZ's overall credit rating
The Govt’s target of getting net Crown debt down to 20% of GDP by 2022 has been questioned, but Finance Minister Grant Robertson is not budging from his commitment
16th Mar 18, 3:12pm
by Jason Walls
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The Govt’s target of getting net Crown debt down to 20% of GDP by 2022 has been questioned, but Finance Minister Grant Robertson is not budging from his commitment
Eric Crampton argues fixing problems constraining infrastructure financing and with local government housing supply incentives must be the Govt's most important task
25th Feb 18, 7:24am
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Eric Crampton argues fixing problems constraining infrastructure financing and with local government housing supply incentives must be the Govt's most important task
Housing Minister Phil Twyford has hit back at claims his Government is not ambitious enough with its KiwiBuild policy and says expect ‘far more’ than 100,000 new houses over the next decade
12th Feb 18, 2:43pm
by Jason Walls
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Housing Minister Phil Twyford has hit back at claims his Government is not ambitious enough with its KiwiBuild policy and says expect ‘far more’ than 100,000 new houses over the next decade
There is a danger in over-examining issues such as the housing market, rather than just rolling up sleeves and taking action
12th Feb 18, 1:45pm
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There is a danger in over-examining issues such as the housing market, rather than just rolling up sleeves and taking action
A 'stocktake' of the housing market commissioned by the Govt paints a 'sobering impact of the housing crisis, particularly on children', says Housing Minister Phil Twyford
12th Feb 18, 10:01am
by Jason Walls
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A 'stocktake' of the housing market commissioned by the Govt paints a 'sobering impact of the housing crisis, particularly on children', says Housing Minister Phil Twyford
National, Labour and the Greens want to reduce government debt. But is it the right time for political parties to be campaigning on tightening the government’s purse strings?
20th Sep 17, 9:11am
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National, Labour and the Greens want to reduce government debt. But is it the right time for political parties to be campaigning on tightening the government’s purse strings?
English defends campaign ads, looks to seniors & families; Ardern defends tax U-turn; Greens want landlords registered & maintenance bonds; Seymour touts positive poll; TOP says 5% in reach, gets qualified Eaqub support
18th Sep 17, 7:36am
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English defends campaign ads, looks to seniors & families; Ardern defends tax U-turn; Greens want landlords registered & maintenance bonds; Seymour touts positive poll; TOP says 5% in reach, gets qualified Eaqub support
Shamubeel Eaqub says there is a failure to think long-term by both local and central government. Local authorities are not the only ones responsible for the housing crisis, but they can do a lot, he believes
30th Aug 17, 7:36am
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Shamubeel Eaqub says there is a failure to think long-term by both local and central government. Local authorities are not the only ones responsible for the housing crisis, but they can do a lot, he believes
Shamubeel Eaqub says the reality is that we are soft on white-collar crime and we aren’t good at regularly updating our rules and regulations
3rd Jun 17, 6:02am
by Guest
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Shamubeel Eaqub says the reality is that we are soft on white-collar crime and we aren’t good at regularly updating our rules and regulations
Shamubeel Eaqub rails against govt failures that led to an undersupply of 500,000 homes over 30 years, and rising societal gaps as social housing was ignored
6th Apr 17, 12:00pm
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Shamubeel Eaqub rails against govt failures that led to an undersupply of 500,000 homes over 30 years, and rising societal gaps as social housing was ignored
Anthony Healy tweets apology for Tony Alexander's 'inflammatory remarks' about the housing crisis, saying inter-generational debates aren't helpful
6th Mar 17, 1:32pm
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Anthony Healy tweets apology for Tony Alexander's 'inflammatory remarks' about the housing crisis, saying inter-generational debates aren't helpful
Geoff Simmons critiques Nigel Latta's view of what is wrong with our economy; claims Latta missed the biggest factor - the misdirection of capital into housing
29th Sep 16, 8:26am
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Geoff Simmons critiques Nigel Latta's view of what is wrong with our economy; claims Latta missed the biggest factor - the misdirection of capital into housing
Matt Nolan on the Top 10 misleading economic facts
29th Jul 16, 10:02am
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Matt Nolan on the Top 10 misleading economic facts
Jenée Tibshraeny looks at killing ageism to help keep the silver tsunami employed as the population ages and New Zealand suffers a skills shortage
22nd Jun 16, 4:34pm
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Jenée Tibshraeny looks at killing ageism to help keep the silver tsunami employed as the population ages and New Zealand suffers a skills shortage
Shamubeel Eaqub on whether gold is really a defensive asset, 2008 reprised, economic forecasting, oil, inflation, China's GDP, Davos & more
22nd Jan 16, 10:16am
by Guest
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Shamubeel Eaqub on whether gold is really a defensive asset, 2008 reprised, economic forecasting, oil, inflation, China's GDP, Davos & more
Shamubeel Eaqub says there could be a modest correction in Auckland house prices but a potentially major downturn in Christchurch and Chinese investors won't be coming back
15th Jan 16, 2:17pm
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Shamubeel Eaqub says there could be a modest correction in Auckland house prices but a potentially major downturn in Christchurch and Chinese investors won't be coming back
The 2015 Interesties featuring John Key, Graeme Wheeler, Chinese property investors (or not), a boxing commenter, charts, ghost houses, a swearing economist, Mr O'Loan, immigrants, bubbles & plenty of disruption
21st Dec 15, 1:02pm
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The 2015 Interesties featuring John Key, Graeme Wheeler, Chinese property investors (or not), a boxing commenter, charts, ghost houses, a swearing economist, Mr O'Loan, immigrants, bubbles & plenty of disruption
Chinese investor challenges NZ to stop treating foreign investors as 'privileged'; Calls for OIO to be revamped; Experts question whether Govt has public support to make changes
10th Nov 15, 10:55am
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Chinese investor challenges NZ to stop treating foreign investors as 'privileged'; Calls for OIO to be revamped; Experts question whether Govt has public support to make changes